by T.J. Anderson It's no secret that Franklin, TN, is a wonderful place to live. The trend toward Williamson County living can be chalked up to all the spaaaaaaace in the Brentwood and Franklin communities (and beyond), to the stellar school districts, and the relatively low property taxes.
After all, where in Nashville proper can you get a house in the low 300Ks (or even high 200Ks), and have some serious square footage (and maybe even some acreage) to spread out in?
Furthermore, downtown Franklin and Cool Springs are destinations all their own, so that Williamson County is no longer applauded only for its proximity to Nashville. Having surveyed the pricey Nashville real estate market, I'm eyeing Williamson County myself for the next move.
Here are three great examples of what's up for grabs in Franklin now:
1,843 sqft on .13 acres. The first showing will be held this Saturday (March 29, 2014) at noon. Built in 1998, the home has 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, a fireplace, an open floorplan, and a two-car garage. Zoned for Pearre Creek Elementary School, Hillsboro Elementary/ Middle School, and Independence High School.
This brand new (slated for completion this week), stylish townhouse includes 3 bedrooms, a bonus room, and 2.5 baths and is two miles from downtown Franklin. The kitchen/breakfast
nook has granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. There are hardwood
floors on the main level and a 1-car garage. A total of 1,976 sqft. Zoned for
This 4 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom brick home was built in 1998 and is 2,818 square feet on .38 acres. It has a beautiful backyard with an outdoor entertainment area, a great room with fireplace and built-ins, and hardwoods in all the bedrooms. It's zoned for Johnson Elementary, Freedom Middle, and Franklin High.
Have questions about living in Williamson County? Let me know.
Author:TJ Anderson Phone: 615-364-1530 Dated: March 28th 2014 Views: 885 About TJ: TJ Anderson is a Nashville Realtor with Benchmark Realty who's helped countless clients both buy a h...
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